Some metabolism-wrecking toxins, such as processed foods, hydrogenated fats, and high-fructose corn syrup, are easy to avoid because they're listed on food labels. But others — polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dioxins, for example — aren't. These pollutants, by-products of manufacturing, found their way into our lakes and streams long ago, with the result that they've now entered our food supply through animal products.
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|Knowing How Much to Lift |
Q: "What size dumbbells should I be using, 5-pound, 10-pound? What's a rule of thumb for how much to start with, when to move up, and so on?"
See Jillian's answer on Everyday Health